‘Flood The Streets With Art’ event.

I decided to take part in an art drop event  called ‘Flood the Streets with Art‘ on the 28th November. It was a global event but I think I was the only participant in my small town
This is my piece that I left on a park bench to be taken home by a passer by.
P1170996I left a card with a big arrow pointing at the piece so it couldn’t go ignored, and tied a tag on it explaining about the event.
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Then off I went to do some shopping. After an hour I went to see if it had gone but it was still there.

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Then some people came by, I watched with baited breath, they, looked hesitated then walked on looking back as they went.  I  went on some more errands returning 15 minutes later and my piece had gone. It had found it’s new owner and hopefully it will be enjoyed by them.

 

 

 

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About eganj1

Obsession making artsm crafts, and all things creative
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6 Responses to ‘Flood The Streets With Art’ event.

  1. Lucky, lucky person who picked up your piece! it’s exquisite! And what a fabulous idea in the first place. Happy Sunday! I’m off to have a look in your Etsy shop to see if there’s anything similar there that I can buy! Elizabeth x

  2. eganj1 says:

    I shall make some more of these tomorrow

  3. Veronica Roth says:

    That’s super wonderful Jill! I can just see people walking past not taking it, (as a mostly Canadian in the British world…lol) I would have snapped it up in a second. By the way, I’ll be looking for one of these in your Etsy too. 😀

    • eganj1 says:

      Yes these will be making their way into my shop, I have some little wren and hare glass pieces that I need to list eventually but it take so much time

  4. Lisa says:

    I was curious if it was labelled with your studio information or anonymous? Love this idea!

    • eganj1 says:

      Hi Lisa, thanks for your comment. I signed it but I didn’t add anything else, I suppose they could find me it they tried. It would be fairly easy if they looked in the local gallery.

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